"Nice hotel close to Blackpool and lake district "
I stayed there with my wife a 3 years, 6 years and 9 months old. The room we stayed in was twin delux, which was very roomy. I think it was about 350 square feet. the hotel is in a very secluded vicinity, which is fantastic. The building, decor and furnishing has a reagal feel. The breakfast was outstanding. the room bathroom was very clean and comfortable but could do with some modernisation. We had a very comfortable and fantastic time there.
We stayed for three nights in August. It is situated where it is easy to get about - close to the M6.
The river at the back of the hotel makes for pleasant views across. There is also a varied amount of wildlife on and around the river.
Beautiful quaint little pub with lovely accommodation at the back, the rooms were lovely and spacious, very comfortable bed with lovely soft bedding, didn't want to get up! The food was fantastic, definitely restaurant quality, The sticky toffee pudding was to die for, I had to buy some to bring home!
Kim and Peter from Blackpool
A four star 17th Century inn, famous in the area for its food & top quality accommodation set in a converted barn. Friendly …More
Once a thriving mill town, Preston has felt the pinch of de-industrialization like much of the northeast. The city is peppered with beautiful old buildings including the Harris Museum and St John's Minster. The River Ribble runs through the south of the city, where the old docks are undergoing regeneration. A little further up the Ribble is Brockholes: a nature reserve with bird-watching hides.